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Servicemembers Civil Relief Act
2003. These changes are something your attorney must be familiar with, and
working with a knowledgeable and experienced attorney can help you
understand if the changes are applicable to you.
from home due to the needs of the military and during those absences, they
have civil protections. When they are unavailable, as defined by the Act, suits
against them can be "stayed" or postponed for short or even long periods of
time. There is no blanket rule and the decisions are made on a case by case
basis. This includes divorce cases and paternity suits.